Why is Chicken Fried Rice an ideal meal for after your next workout? It’s a quick and easy recipe to make. It’s savory and salty, which means it will taste heavenly after a hard workout. And it’s got an ideal mix of fast uptake carbs, proteins, and fats to refuel your body quickly for tomorrow.
Together, The Feed Zone Cookbook and Feed Zone Portables offer cyclists, runners, and triathletes over 150 vegetarian and 150 gluten-free recipes.
In the Feed Zone, the menu has changed and no one can argue with the results: real food is better. Real food tastes better, digests quickly, and helps you perform at your best.
At this week’s AMGEN Tour of California, Skratch Labs is cooking food and providing their hydration beverages to all teams and staff, both on the race course and in the race hotels!
In a first for the cycling world, the authors of The Feed Zone Cookbook and Feed Zone Portables will provide “neutral human support” for those actual human beings racing bikes at the AMGEN Tour of California.
A Feed Zone reader Tony H. asked, “For the past few months, I’ve adopted a more low-carb approach. I don’t mean a ketogenic diet, but I am limiting my carbs…Are there recipes in your cookbooks that are targeted toward low-carb athletes?”
During the colder months, this Mushroom Pecan Pate is one of my favorite, most versatile recipes. You can make a vegetarian pate that can double as a stuffing; a quick salad dressing; a spread on sandwiches, toast or bagels; or as a topping for seafood, chicken, pork, and many other dishes.
I’ve always thought that fruitcake gets a bad rap. Most fruitcake recipes are complicated and include too many ingredients. Here’s my take on a simple and more healthy version.
Dr. Allen Lim discusses the importance of staying hydrated and fueled during cold weather exercise in this Skratch Labs Blog.
In this new video from Skratch Labs, chef Biju Thomas demonstrates how to wrap a round portable snack like Basic Baked Eggs.
Jeremy Morgan is a mtb racer with the Twin Six team and the rider behind the blog RubberSideDown and he is living in the Feed Zone. See how he’s using the Feed Zone cookbooks to improve his nutrition and riding.
Fuel your workouts and racing with seasonal flavors!
According to Dr. Allen Lim and chef Biju Thomas, eggs are the peloton’s favorite source of protein. Why? It’s as much about practicality as it is about taste. At home or on the road, eggs are affordable, easy to find, and simple to prepare in a variety of ways.
This video The Man That Feeds the Peloton shows Biju explaining how he’s not just cooking for riders or individual teams anymore. The Tour of California asked Biju to write up the menu for ALL the teams at the race. The Feed Zone approach is reaching more pros than ever.
Do you know the #1 reason ultrarunners drop out of a race? It’s gastro-intestinal issues. Try Feed Zone Portables, which make great portable fuel for ultramarathon.
In this new video from Skratch Labs, Chef Biju shows how to whip up a whole tray of Blueberry and Chocolate Coconut Rice Cakes before your next big group ride.
Chocolate and Sea Salt Sticky Bites are an athlete favorite for their one-bite combo of salty sweetness.
The Crispy Rice Omelet is a perfect mix of fuel and flavor. Chef Biju shows you how to whip up an omelet in just a few minutes. Take a look!